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CHAPTER XII. 1639, 1640. THE TOBACCO NATION. - THE NEUTRALS.
CHAPTER XIII. 1636-1646. QUEBEC AND ITS TENANTS.
CHAPTER XIV. 1636-1652. DEVOTEES AND NUNS.
CHAPTER XV. 1636-1642. VILLEMARIE DE MONTREAL.
CHAPTER XVI. 1641-1644. ISAAC JOGUES.
CHAPTER XVII. 1641-1646. THE IROQUOIS. - BRESSANI. - DE NOUE.
CHAPTER XVIII. 1642-1644. VILLEMARIE.
CHAPTER XIX. 1644, 1645. PEACE.
CHAPTER XX. 1645, 1646. THE PEACE BROKEN.
CHAPTER XXI. 1646, 1647. ANOTHER WAR.
CHAPTER XXII. 1645-1651. PRIEST AND PURITAN.
CHAPTER XXIII. 1645-1648. A DOOMED NATION.
CHAPTER XXIV. 1645-1648. THE HURON CHURCH.
CHAPTER XXV. 1648, 1649. SAINTE MARIE.
CHAPTER XXVI. 1648. ANTOINE DANIEL.
CHAPTER XXVII. 1649. RUIN OF THE HURONS.
CHAPTER XXVIII. 1649. THE MARTYRS.
CHAPTER XXIX. 1649, 1650. THE SANCTUARY.
CHAPTER XXX. 1649. GARNIER. - CHABANEL.
CHAPTER XXXI. 1650-1652. THE HURON MISSION ABANDONED.
CHAPTER XXXII. 1650-1866. THE LAST OF THE HURONS.
CHAPTER XXXIII. 1650-1670. THE DESTROYERS.
CHAPTER XXXIV. THE END.
Crusaders of New France
CHAPTER I. FRANCE OF THE BOURBONS
CHAPTER II. A VOYAGEUR OF BRITTANY
CHAPTER III. THE FOUNDING OF NEW FRANCE
CHAPTER IV. THE AGE OF LOUIS QUATORZE
CHAPTER V. THE IRON GOVERNOR
CHAPTER VI. LA SALLE AND THE VOYAGEURS
CHAPTER VII. THE CHURCH IN NEW FRANCE
CHAPTER VIII. SEIGNEURS OF OLD CANADA
CHAPTER IX. THE COUREURS-DE-BOIS
CHAPTER X. AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, AND TRADE
CHAPTER XI. HOW THE PEOPLE LIVED
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER I. THE BEGINNINGS OF VERSAILLES
CHAPTER II. THE MAKING OF VERSAILLES
CHAPTER III. THE LUXURY OF VERSAILLES
CHAPTER IV. THE GARDENS, THE FOUNTAINS AND THE GRAND TRIANON
CHAPTER V. A DAY WITH THE SUN KING
CHAPTER VI. GOLDEN DAYS AND RED LETTER NIGHTS
CHAPTER VII. THE WOMEN OF VERSAILLES
CHAPTER VIII. THE VERSAILLES OF LOUIS XV
CHAPTER IX. THE TWILIGHT OF THE BOURBON KINGS
CHAPTER X. THE SHRINE OF ROYAL MEMORIES, THE SCENE OF WORLD ADJUSTMENTS
CONDITIONS PROPOSED BY THE DOGE
CONCLUSION OF THE TREATY, AND RETURN OF THE ENVOYS
CAPTURE OF THE TOWER OF GALATA
CAPTURE OF TWENTY-FIVE TOWERS
CONFLICT BETWEEN THE GREEKS AND LATINS IN CONSTANTINOPLE-BURNING OF THE CITY
CAPTURE OF ABYDOS, OF PHILIPPOPOLIS, AND OF NICOMEDIA - THEODORE LASCARIS PRETENDS TO THE EMPIRE
CHAPTER I. CAUSES OF THE REFORMATION
CHAPTER II. THE RELIGIOUS REVOLUTION
CHAPTER III. PROGRESS OF CALVINISM
CHAPTER IV. THE COUNTER-REFORMATION
CHAPTER V. CATHOLIC MISSIONS
CHAPTER VI. THEOLOGICAL CONTROVERSIES AND STUDIES
CHAPTER VII. THE AGE OF ABSOLUTISM AND UNBELIEF
CHAPTER VIII. RATIONALISM AND ITS EFFECTS
CHAPTER IX. THE PAPACY
CHAPTER X. THEOLOGICAL STUDIES. RELIGIOUS LIFE.
CHAPTER I. RELIGIOUS CONDITION OF ENGLAND BEFORE THE REFORMATION
CHAPTER II. THE RELIGIOUS CHANGES UNDER HENRY VIII. AND EDWARD VI.
CHAPTER III. CATHOLIC REACTION IN THE REIGN OF QUEEN MARY (1553-1558)
CHAPTER IV. THE REIGN OF QUEEN ELIZABETH (1558-1603)
CHAPTER V. CATHOLICISM IN ENGLAND FROM 1603 TILL 1750
CHAPTER VI. THE REFORMATION IN SCOTLAND
CHAPTER VII. RELIGION IN IRELAND DURING THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY
CHAPTER VIII. THE CHURCH IN IRELAND DURING THE REIGNS OF HENRY VIII. AND EDWARD VI. (1509-1553)
CHAPTER IX. THE CHURCH IN IRELAND DURING THE REIGNS OF MARY AND ELIZABETH (1553-1603)
CHAPTER X. THE CHURCH IN IRELAND DURING THE REIGN OF THE STUARTS (1604-1689)
CHAPTER XI. THE PENAL LAWS
CHAPTER I. BACKGROUNDS
CHAPTER II. FIRST KNOWLEDGE OF IMPENDING CONFLICT, 1860-61.
CHAPTER III. THE DEVELOPMENT OF A POLICY, MAY, 1861
CHAPTER IV. BRITISH SUSPICION OF SEWARD
CHAPTER V. THE DECLARATION OF PARIS NEGOTIATION
CHAPTER VI. BULL RUN; CONSUL BUNCH; COTTON AND MERCIER
CHAPTER VII. THE "TRENT"
CHAPTER VIII. THE BLOCKADE
CHAPTER IX. ENTER MR. LINDSAY
CHAPTER X. KING COTTON
CHAPTER XI. RUSSELL'S MEDIATION PLAN
CHAPTER XII. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
CHAPTER XIII. THE LAIRD RAMS
CHAPTER XIV. ROEBUCK'S MOTION
CHAPTER XV. THE SOUTHERN INDEPENDENCE ASSOCIATION
CHAPTER XVI. BRITISH CONFIDENCE IN THE SOUTH
CHAPTER XVII. THE END OF THE WAR
CHAPTER XVIII. THE KEY-NOTE OF BRITISH ATTITUDE
CHAPTER I. THE FIRST INHABITANTS.
CHAPTER II. THE FIRST AGES.
CHAPTER III. CHRISTIANITY PREACHED AT TARA - THE RESULT.
CHAPTER IV. THE CONSTITUTION, AND HOW THE KINGS KEPT IT.
CHAPTER V. REIGN OF HUGH II. - THE IRISH COLONY IN SCOTLAND OBTAINS ITS INDEPENDENCE.
CHAPTER VI. KINGS OF THE SEVENTH CENTURY.
CHAPTER VII. KINGS OF THE EIGHTH CENTURY.
CHAPTER VIII. WHAT THE IRISH SCHOOLS AND SAINTS DID IN THE THREE FIRST CHRISTIAN CENTURIES.